Household Hazardous Waste Program
Clean Sweep provides an opportunity for residents of Madison and Dane County
to safely dispose of hazardous waste.
Tuesdays - Fridays: 7:00 - 2:45
Saturdays: 8:00 - 10:45
Closed Sundays, Mondays and Holidays.
We are now (as of May 1st 2013) located at
7102 US Hwy 12, Madison WI 53718,
(Beltline/12/18 East toward Cambridge)
across from the Yahara Hills Golf Course at the Dane County Landfill.
Guidelines for Materials Brought to Clean Sweep
Waste materials should be packaged in boxes or rigid totes to keep products upright and prevent
spillage during transportation to the collection facility. Keep materials in their original
containers. DO NOT PACK OR CO-MINGLE YOUR WASTE MATERIALS IN PLASTIC TRASH BAGS. Individual
items may be bagged in plastic if the original container is compromised. Do not mix any
materials. Upon arrival at the landfill site, follow the entrance road, drive past the scale,
go directly to the Clean Sweep building, and stop under the canopy. Clean Sweep staff will
greet you and direct you to the counter (inside of the walk-in door under the canopy) to
collect your payment. You will be asked to furnish proof of residency. If you have items
or materials that are subject to fees, you will pay at this point. Payment is to be in the
form of cash or credit card (Visa or Mastercard only). No checks or currency larger than $20
bills are accepted. After payment of fees, Clean Sweep staff will assist you in unloading
your vehicle. Facility operators reserve the right to refuse any waste or material deemed
unacceptable. If you are bringing gasoline or other fuels to Clean Sweep, remember to
transport your fuel in an approved container (no more than 6 gal. size). Clean Sweep staff
will pour off the fuels and return your container, time permitting. Unapproved or unsafe fuel
containers will not be returned.
- Dane County Households & Farms: $10.00 per trip
for all household hazardous waste and electronics. One television or computer monitor is
included with the trip fee. Additional televisions and monitors will be billed at an additional
- Out-of-County Households & Farms: $75.00 per trip
No latex paint or electronics
accepted from out-of-county residents
We accept cash, Visa or Mastercard for payment of the trip and CRT fees.
We reserve the right to impose additional fees for large quantities of materials or loads from
multiple households. Customers with large loads are urged to call (608)243-0368 in advance to
determine the applicability of any additional fees.
Electronics will be accepted from Dane County residents/households only. Fees apply to TV’s and
computer monitors. NO ELECTRONICS ACCEPTED FROM BUSINESSES.
All electronic materials
will be responsibly handled in an environmentally safe and secure manner, using the best data wiping
software available. Electronic materials accepted at Dane County Clean Sweep include:
Monitors, laptops, servers, TV’s, printers, computers, printer/fax/scanners, DVD players,
stereo equipment, VCR’s, video game consoles, computer peripherals, mice/keyboards, PDA/cell
phones, all computer parts, MP3/IPods/etc., telephones, UPS batteries, copiers, typewriters,
cash registers, networking equipment, and cable boxes. Also accepting radios, digital clocks,
digital cameras, and remotes. ALL BATTERIES MUST BE REMOVED FROM ELECTRONIC ITEMS. The listing
of the types of electronic materials accepted at Dane County Clean Sweep is subject to change.
Clean Sweep does NOT accept microwave ovens, dehumidifiers or other appliances.
Contact your local official, trash hauler, or private recycler for details.
Disposal options for common items
Although we do our best to accept as much household hazardous waste as possible, there are some things we cannot
take off your hands. Click on the items below to display information regarding their disposal.
Note: If an item is in this list, it does not necessarily mean that Clean Sweep will accept it.
Clean Sweep does not accept tires, paper or cardboard products, yard waste, construction, debris,
rubbish, glass, solid metals, solid waste, appliances, etc. Contact your local official, trash hauler,
or private recycler for details.
Please click on the item of interest to learn about its proper disposal. Your disposal instructions will appear in the disposal instructions box beneath the list.